Invitation for Application: Bridging Leadership

RPF seeks to invite passonait individuals to the “Bridging Leadership” fellowship hosted by Radha Paudel. The “Bridging Leadership” program is an Transformative, Inspirational, result- based fellowship hosted by a grassroot level organization, which seeks to educate, empower, and emancipate girls and women from poverty, injustice, environmental inequity, and gender discrimination.

Program Description

The “Bridging Leadership” fellowship is a 3 month long program which consists of two weeks of hands on workshop with Radha Paudel with 10 weeks of project work in the field. This experience is meant to train individuals as leaders and advocates for present and future social change. This program is build to empower fellows, build on their leadership skills, advocacy and organizing tools as well as train them on research. Participants will first be taught personally by Radha Paudel then be presented with an opportunity for application on the field which will be evaluated at their final week. The best fellow will be selected and awarded according to their merit and research outcome.

The outcome of this program is not only to be participants in social change but to lead it with impeccable leadership, evidence-based advocacy, and organize effectively.

Location and Time commitment

This fellowship is located in Bharatpur, Chitwan. It will begin on October 22nd, 2018 and end on January 5th, 2019.

October 22nd – 26th Primary workshop
Break Tihar Break
(Date) Project Work at Field
January 1st – 5th Final Workshop

Program Fees

The program registration fee is 6,000 NRS, applicable with acceptance into the program.


Participants will be responsible for living and travel accommodations.

Application Information

Interested applicants should email CV and paragraph of interest to

October 14th, 2018 Final Deadline
October 15th, 2018 Applicants will be informed

Eligibility Criteria

Bachelor’s degree with 6 months of experience with NGO or Politics
+2 Pass with a 2 year experience with NGO or Politics

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